Colorado Climate Center Report Finds 1.5 Degree State Warming


The Colorado Climate Center released a climate change report and found that the state has warmed by more than 1.5 degrees since 1970. The increase in global warming causes an increased risk for wildfires, flooding and drought. The report’s findings show that other states are at risk for climate change related effects, including limited water supply. 

To read the full article from CBS News by Dillon Thomas, click here. 

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